Have you ever tasted Caviar?

@Stiletto (4597)
October 26, 2006 8:36am CST
I have and personally thought it was vile! What did you think?
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@baileym11 (889)
• United States
26 Oct 06
You know, I have not but it is on my list of things to do before I die.
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@Stiletto (4597)
26 Oct 06
Yes I suppose it's one of those things that you feel you should try given the opportunity. I just can't believe people pay so much money for the stuff (I didn't pay for it!) but I guess someone must like it.
• United States
26 Oct 06
I think people do like it, but I tend to think it's an acquired taste. Don't you?
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@Stiletto (4597)
26 Oct 06
Probably - but I've never understood why people try to acquire a taste for something if they don't have to eat it.
@opinione (749)
• Italy
21 Apr 07
I think that it is exactly as you can expect it to be... they are fish-eggs so they stink like fish and taste like eggs.
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@Stiletto (4597)
22 Apr 07
That's a pretty good description although they don't taste like any other eggs I've ever eaten!
@Savvynlady (3686)
• United States
18 Apr 07
No not personally; and haven't had a taste or anything for it.
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@Stiletto (4597)
18 Apr 07
I wouldn't recommend it although having said that there's quite a few people have responded to this thread saying they like it!
@elisa812 (3033)
• United States
18 Apr 07
I tried it once too. I didn't buy it myself, but a teacher of mine actually brought it in to class one day and had us try a little. I absolutely hated it! I would never try it again.
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@Stiletto (4597)
18 Apr 07
No I was never tempted to try it again either. I guess it's an acquired taste!
@wolfie34 (26893)
• United Kingdom
9 Nov 06
It's very over-rated, can't understand the appeal of people wanting to eat fish eggs, the thought makes my stomach churn.
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@Stiletto (4597)
9 Nov 06
Yes it's not an appealing proposition is it? Thanks for your response.
• United States
9 Nov 06
never have never will, I can only imagine how horrid it must be, but some people must like it or they wouldn't make it so I guess everyone's tastes differ...
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@Stiletto (4597)
9 Nov 06
Yes some people responding to this discussion like it so I guess it's just down to personal taste. Thanks for your response.
@jray721 (1973)
• United States
9 Nov 06
i have never tasted caviar. i dont want to either.. yuck! heres a + for you =)
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@Stiletto (4597)
9 Nov 06
Thanks for your response - here's a + for you too!
@saq786 (736)
9 Nov 06
nope i have never tasted it.
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@Stiletto (4597)
9 Nov 06
You're not missing much I don't think. Thanks for your response.
@aprilsue00 (1992)
• United States
9 Nov 06
no I have never tasted caviar. I don't believe I ever want to either.
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@Stiletto (4597)
9 Nov 06
No I never really wanted to but I was at a fancy dinner party and felt obliged to at least taste it. Managed to resist spitting it back out again but it was a close call! Thanks for your response.
• United States
9 Nov 06
My daughter bought it once. I know better. Remember the movie Big? No thank you.
@Stiletto (4597)
9 Nov 06
Oh I remember - love that movie and that was one of the funniest scenes! Thanks for your response.
• United States
9 Nov 06
Yes it's awesome I was in Russia in january and they have the best I ever tasted it was cheap also!!
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@Stiletto (4597)
9 Nov 06
Yes I've heard it's much cheaper in Russia and I think also that's where it originated from although I could be wrong there. Thanks for your response.
@drusell (18)
• Egypt
8 Nov 06
i did ,my dad always buy it when we're having dinner out and force me to have too ,but i really HATE it. i prefer a slice of a pizza as an appetizer better than it
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@Stiletto (4597)
9 Nov 06
Poor you - I'd prefer ANYTHING as an appetizer I think! Thanks for your response.
• United States
8 Nov 06
no, and I don't care to
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@Stiletto (4597)
9 Nov 06
Take my advice and don't! Thanks for your response.
@macubx (11433)
• Philippines
8 Nov 06
its like eating rotten raw eggs.
@Stiletto (4597)
9 Nov 06
Yes that's a good description! Thanks for your response.
@mayaroma (197)
• Norway
8 Nov 06
Yeah, its an aquired taste.
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@Stiletto (4597)
9 Nov 06
I think it must be although I'd rather not acquire a taste for it! Thanks for your response.
• India
8 Nov 06
I havent tasted it and will taste it if somebody buys it for me ;)
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@Stiletto (4597)
9 Nov 06
Very wise - I wouldn't pay good money for it. Thanks for your response.
@rmuxagirl (7570)
• United States
8 Nov 06
I have never nor will I taste caviar. the thought that it's fish eggs or something like that is just not for me.
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@Stiletto (4597)
8 Nov 06
I know - whoever had the idea to eat that in the first place I wonder??
@phyxius (3465)
• United States
28 Oct 06
I have had worst but don't remember when.
@Stiletto (4597)
29 Oct 06
I don't think I've tasted worse but maybe I have and blocked it from my mind!! Thanks for your response.
@sbeauty (5871)
• United States
26 Oct 06
Yes, and there's no way I'd ever pay big money for that stuff.
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@Stiletto (4597)
26 Oct 06
Agreed. It's one of the most awful things I've tasted! Thanks for your response.
@Mandi2005 (157)
• United States
26 Oct 06
No, I never have. I'm not sure I would ever try either. Some things should just not be edible.
@Stiletto (4597)
26 Oct 06
Exactly - fish eggs! What would anyone find appealing about that?